100 Calorie Packs Oreo Dipped Delight Bars, 6-Count Bars

Nabisco 100 Calorie Pack Cookies are low in calories and contain 4 grams of fiber.

Quick facts

  • Pack of six, 10-count per units (total of 60 counts)
  • Low in calories
  • Contain 4 grams of fiber

Top reviews

these ain’t oreo’s

These things are low cal oreo’s: minus the creme, minus the cookie! The title “oreo” is basically a total misnomer. These are nothing but black crackers with some sugar. If that is what you want, then click purchase.
NickiePekin, IN

Good product but not fresh

These arrived in the middle of May and they have an expiration date of the first week of July. This means I have to eat a lot of these in the next few weeks! Just beware if you’re planning on stocking up for the future…the future will get here very soon with these!

It’s also interesting that the box inside the Amazon box says “For internal use only”. I’m not sure what that’s about!

GertrudAngie, LA

The portable and edible Oreo

One reviewer writes that these are Oreo crackers without the creme–and they are right! These thin Oreo crisp wafer type cookies by Nabisco are easy to pack for when you’re on the run and just need a quick sugar infusion. They also make for snacking anytime of the day–or night–and they give you that great Oreo taste without actually using creme as an ingredient.

These crackers are cholesterol free and trans fat free–hooray! There are only 100 calories in a serving and a serving contains only two grams of fat. They are baked crackers which helps make them healthier than other snacking choices including greasy French fries. These crackers somehow manage to give you the full Oreo taste experience while omitting the creme and a fair amount of the calories, too. Excellent!

These Oreo thin crisps come in six smaller packets which will be inside the box you buy. This makes them even more portable for both children and adults. Another advantage of the cookies coming in smaller packages inside the box is that you know that each packet has been pre-measured to contain only 100 calories. This way you can’t accidentally eat too many and take in more calories than you wanted to have.

I notice that these crackers are made with cocoa. Please consult your doctor if you have any concerns about caffeine. Chocolate and cocoa could contain too much caffeine for you if you are sensitive to that.

I recommend these crackers for persons on the go who want a quick snack. They should provide you with a sugar boost for quick energy. They make for a healthier alternative to other snack foods loaded with fat and/or cholesterol.

Buy some and enjoy them today! SMILES

KimiTaconite, MN

Delicious Mini Chocolate Treats Help Weight Loss Efforts!

I was one of fifty families chosen to receive Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters for free to do a product review on. Once I received my Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters in the mail, I and two of my grandsons decided to do the taste test immediately.

The box of Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters comes with five individual packages. Each package is 100 calories. In fact, the Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters are advertised as being 100 calorie packs so that people will know exactly how many calories they are having so there is no guesswork involved. Each 100 calorie package comes with three Oreo mini cakesters which translates to each mini cakester having approximately thirty-three and one third calories.

The appearance of the Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters is one of tiny chocolatey goodness. They are a dark chocolate color with a thin slice of cream filling and are soft and slightly crumbly. When you put a Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters into your mouth, they crumble into a delicious chocolate cake flavor. In fact, they do remind me a little of having a small bite of chocolate cake. The Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters mostly have a chocolate flavor and the cream filling isn’t as easily tasted or rather it wasn’t possible to isolate the flavor of the cream from the chocolate but I didn’t have a problem with this and neither did either of my grandsons.

My oldest grandson ate almost two 100 calories packs of the Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters minus one or approximately 167 calories. He enjoyed eating them and even gave Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters his `lick of approval’ to the wrapper they came in!

My youngest grandson isn’t able to communicate effectively verbally (he’s special needs) but I considered his dedication to eating his Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters as a sign of approval as seen through his chocolate face and intensity as he ate his 100 calorie pack plus the one loose one from his older brother or his approximately 134 calories.

I definitely give the Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters a thumbs up. I believe that I really got a true sense of how good they tasted from my two 100 calorie packs or 200 calories worth of Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters that I ate. I honestly didn’t mean to eat both 100 calorie packs but that last one was sitting there calling my name and my adult daughter was not home yet so, I ate it. But luckily I know that all I had was 200 calories which in the grand scheme of things is not too bad at all!

I like the fact that the Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters are presented as a 100 calorie pack. I found the thought comforting especially since I ate two packages of them! I even found it fun to know how many calories my grandsons were consuming of them too!! I am diabetic and overweight besides so knowing the calorie count is a good thing for me. I think the Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters are good for a small chocolatey treat when you just want something sweet and chocolate but you don’t want to overindulge.

If I have any complaint about the Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters, it would be that they are too small!! But since that is actually part of their appeal, I don’t consider their small size a problem.

I do recommend Nabisco Oreo Mini Cakesters for anyone who wants a small and controlled portion of a chocolate treat because they are the perfect size to keep you in control of your diet instead of letting the chocolate treat control you.

JacklynDe Witt, MO


I love Oreos but hate the filling. These prevent me from having to scape the filling out and they’re good for you – calorie wise.
PaulitaWarden, WA

I agree with P. Lucas

These things are NOTHING like Oreos.You think wow Oreos. Think again. I would say spend your money on something better (the Hershey’s or Reese’s crisp wafer bars come to mind). My honest view on these “thin crisps” cookies is that they have a little more flavor than a communion wafer, or milk bones.
HowardKauneonga Lake, NY

Good? You CAN’T be serious

To be honest with you, I got these at a store. You think wow chocolate chips, and Oreos. Think again.For those that think these are so good, I would recommend the Hershey’s or Reese’s crisp wafer bars. My honest view on these “thin crisps” cookies is that they have a little more flavor than a communion wafer, or milk bones.
CaroylnLottsburg, VA

Yummy Cookies

Planters Peanut Butter Cookie Crisps 100 Calorie Packs, 6-Count Boxes (Pack of 6). These cookies are so tasty! I love the peanut taste and the crispness. A one-hundred calorie pack is just enough to get started having fun eating them, but then the limitation of the size of the package helps me put the brakes on. Probably the most important part of weight control is portion control.

The cookies have 3 grams fat, 0 mg Cholesterol, and 2 Weight Watchers points.

OnieQuincy, OH

3.5* snack for a non-chocophile

It’s very nice that the company put 100 calories packages out–great marketing idea. They taste okay to me. A bit subtle on the chocolate IHMO. Mostly they’re lightly-flavored, chocolate, wheat crackers. They have very little nutritional value but over 39% sugar. The 100 calories is achieved by a very light product–it doesn’t weigh much. So, 100 calories sounds great–but only if you eat but one package. Not easy to do if you’re hungry. Still, it’s a convenient snack to put in a backpack, lunch box, carry-on (now that they don’t feed you much when you fly), etc. with less calories than most alternatives. Could also tide you over between meals. Still, I’d personally prefer something a bit healthier. But that’s why there’s chocolate & vanilla–oops, they left out the vanilla!
BertaHoratio, AR

Peanut Butter Cookies

I enjoy them a lot and so does my son. I have to say that this kind is one of my favorites. It is full of peanut butter flavor that you forget that it is only 100 cals. As for the amount you get in the bag, it is more than I expecting so I was very happy.
CandidaPaloma, IL

Good buy

I enjoy the Peanut Butter Cookie Crisp, but they are definitely a departure from the originals. Still my son LOVES them so for this reason I still give it four stars.
GlennisPaguate, NM

Very good snack!

I really like these. They are so light and airy, almost like chips instead of cookies! The flavor is that yummy OREO chocolate we all know and love!
ChaunceyLodgepole, SD

These are ok…..

These are good but the flavor did not resemble an oreo. I purchased these along with the chips ahoy and those did resemble the flavor of chips ahoy. In my opinion these tasted like animal crackers. I will stick to chips ahoy 100 calorie packs.
MoraGibbs, MO

Very Good

I have been eating the 100 Calorie Chip Ahoy for sometime. I really find that it is a filling, guilt-free snack. It has a unique taste of its own – not a `diet’ food-type taste either, it taste like a `real’ snack.
AdaHollister, OK

Flavor in, Calories Down, Fat Nearly Out

As I get older and fatter, I seek opportunities to eat snacks that at least make a nominal attempt to be healthy. Oreo cookies fail to reach very high on my list of healthy foods. However, Oreo cookies are delicious beyond belief. Not only are Oreo cookies delicious, but I sometimes think I hear Oreo cookies calling my name as I walk by them. Honest. I am unable to buy Oreo cookies because if I do I know I will eat them; generally in a few days. Not a good idea.

Nabisco, realizing that many of us are making some nominal attempt at eating more healthy foods, have created a brand-identified snack eliminates all the bad fats and most of the fat, creating a yummy and crunchy chocolate wafer snack that is like a chocolate cracker. To this point no one has ever created a truly healthy snack that is like a cookie. However, this wafer snack, which Nabisco has decided not to call a cookie, perhaps because cookie sounds fattening, is reasonably yummy. I have eaten these things several times and still eat them. I actually eat them more than regular Oreos, which I count as quite a nod to health.

You may be tempted to add icing to this baked cookie. If you are going to add the fat and calories in icing, perhaps you should just skip in pretense at reducing calories and fat and go straight to regular Oreo cookies. In fact, just revel in the calories and go for the Double Stuff Oreos.

Oreos have been around since 1912, and remain the best-selling cookie brand in history. According to our friends at Kraft, which owns Nabisco, and which is owned by the Altria Group (renamed from Philip Morris, presumably for marketing reasons), more then 450 billion Oreo cookies were sold in the first 90 years of their existence. Though Oreo Thin Crisps fall quite a bit short of the real thing, they are high quality and have sufficient flavor that allows these baked chocolate wafers to have the Oreo name.

Of course, you could just stick with rabbit food and be truly healthy, but where is the fun in that? For those of us that find a constant diet of veggies to be just too healthy to be fun, and yet the thought of pigging out on a pound of Oreos smacks of chunks of fat floating through our circulatory system, Oreo Thin Crisps are a lovely alternative. Or course, you probably should avoid eating pounds of these, even with the reduced fat. Food is food and too much low fat food still is not good for you, even if it tastes good. At least Oreo Thin Crisps do not talk to me when I walk by.


MalcolmEdinburg, ND

Now we have the Oreo transformed into a baked chocolate wafer snack

We are still six years away from the centennial for the Oreo cookie, which was first manufactured by Nabisco in 1912 as something more exciting for people to dip in their tea than the biscuits the English tend to use (it was copyrighted as the “Oreo Biscuit”). The sandwich cookie was quite similar to the Hydrox cookie produced by Sunshine, but Oreo dominated the market to such an extent that they stopped making Hydrox back in 1996. What would be considered the “modern” Oreo cookie was developed in 1952 (originally they were mound shaped, which is why some think the name comes from the Greek word for “hill”), with the two circular chocolate wafers with the sweet white filling commonly called the “cream” in between.

Of course today consumers do not have to restrict themselves to just the tradition Oreo cookie. There are Oreos with chocolate-flavored cream instead of the traditional white, as well as orange colored cream at Halloween and red at Christmas. You can get Oreos with a double portion of filling, not to mention mixing and matching two flavors of filling (carmel and chocolate, coffee and cream, peanut butter and chocolate, etc.). You want the original cookie with a coating of chocolate fudge? They have that, or with white chocolate fudge in winter, and then there is the Uh-Oh! Oreo with the flavors of the cookie reversed.

But what if you are interested in watching your weight because once you open a bag of which ever type of Oreos are your personal preference they are just sitting them beginning to be eating? After all, once they are open they could go stale, and putting them in a cookie jar just makes them more accessible even if it allays fears about freshness. Nabisco has taken a three-prong approach for weight watching Oreo lovers. You can go with the Reduced Fat Oreo, which is identical to the size of the original but has less fat per serving. Then there are the Mini Oreos, bite-sized versions packaged in snack packs rather than in really think wrapped trays. Now we can add to that short list the Oreo Thin Crisps.

These are baked chocolate six-sided wafer snacks, almost 20 to a pack, that are lightly sprinkled with white specks that are to take the place of the aforementioned cream. Now, I am someone who likes the cream more than the wafer, so I was wary because I thought scarffing down a bunch of these would be like eating the chocolate wafers without the white cream, but they are lighter in taste than that, even without having the glass of milk handy that I considered essentially when eating the more traditional Oreo cookies. Since they do have the Oreo taste I can round up on these. These come in 100 Calorie Packs, to help you draw the line at a nice round number when it comes to caloric intake. You can six 0.81 oz (23g) packs in a 4.86 oz box. Each pack contains 0 grams of trans-fat, 2 grams of fat, and 0 milligrams of cholesterol. You will also find one of 100 Healthy Living Tips on the front of the pack (e.g., #56: “Make a meal out of appetizers or side dishes instead of larger main entrees”). Of course, I was thinking of putting some of these in a bowl of vanilla ice cream, but that would really mess up the whole healthy living bit.

ElaineMarionville, VA

not as good as the 100-calorie Oreos

With any low fat or low calorie food, you’re going to sacrifice taste of portion size. With this product, you sacrifice both.

It’s a good idea, which was done well with the Oreos and others in this series of “100 calorie” snacks, but I think you’re better off with a single cookie from the regular Chips Ahoy box than a whole bag of these.

YasukoRitter, OR

Great Taste!!!

Love this snack.
Its really tasty.
Filling for my wife, not me though…”I’ll take 2 please” =)
TwannaGrand Ridge, FL

Seemingly impossible…

how good these cookies really are. They’re delicious, satisfying, and really, really healthy. Definitely a great alternative to “real” cookies.
KrystinaWhite River, SD



When I recently tried these little wafers I recalled when I worked in an office nearly 20 years ago. Whenever the Director skipped lunch, he ran all through the department pleading with all the ladies to pull something out of their handbags or desks that might get him through till 5 O’clock. He usually ended up with a couple of packaged saltines which had long since turned stale and were mostly crumbled from being crushed at the bottom of a handbag or desk drawer. I came to realize that some of the girls kept stale crackers just for him – I guess they really admired him. These ‘Nabisco Oreo Thin Crisps, Baked Chocolate Wafer Snacks’ would have served his purposes much better than the saltines, but I would rather he have more of his old favorites.


Basically, this is a minimalist snack for people who have to eat something in-between meals and they don’t want it to be a 600 calorie confection. That’s why the biggest print on the label says, “100 calorie packs” — 4.5 inches across!




As diet snacks go this is okay stuff to carry with you. One can avoid more calorie dense alternatives with these wafers on hand, making them a sort of antidote or vaccine against dropping energy and blood-sugar levels in the late afternoon which may lead to a large unplanned snack. For that purpose this is a great product and I know that our Director, 20 years ago, would have given anything to have these modest wafers available instead of the usual stale saltines that he subsisted on for many a long afternoon. When the Director didn’t find any saltines around the office he’d head straight for McDonalds and the rest was history.

BritanyDunlap, CA

Chocolate Wafers in an Identity Crisis as Oreos…But If Deception Helps Monitor Calories, Why Not?

I hate to admit I miss the lard. I was the one in your 4th-grade class who unscrewed the Oreo, ate all the white middle, licked the wafers clean and then ate the hardened chocolate wafers. That’s the image I have of this cookie. Even Barbra Streisand coyly named her singing trio at the beginning of “A Star Is Born” the Oreos because she had two back-up singers who were black. That’s why the idea of an Oreo Thin Crisp is rather lost on me.

It is a single, nickel-sized baked chocolate wafer that more resembles a bleached Wheat Thin than the original Oreo. It does have some dusting of a white fructose sprinkle as perhaps a nostalgic tribute. Don’t get me wrong, as the Oreo Thin Crisps are perfectly fine as low-calorie chocolate wafer alternatives go. They simply lack the lip-smacking satisfaction of a disassembled Oreo digested in pieces. The whole point of the 0.81-ounce bag of wafers is to tout that they are “100 Calorie Packs”, a fine idea for Weight Watchers advocates and the rest of us who should be watching our weight. It’s just that I don’t feel very satisfied after finishing just one pack.

FlorettaBrighton, MO

Oreo Crisps

Nabisco knew if they didnt put little things that give this much pleasure in little baglets, we would keep dipping our hand in the bag and in a couple years would all weigh 400 lbs, die an early death and no longer be able to give Nabisco money.

Kidding aside, these are loveable. The texture is perfection. If you feel like chewing them quickly or take it slowly and let the light wafer melt in your mouth.

ChristopherSummit Hill, PA

Not The Best Cookies I’ve Ever Had!

I was sorely disappointed in these cookies.. They are pretty tasteless and damn hard too.. I wouldn’t buy them again and I’ve certainly tasted much better low-cal cookies.. I definitely recommend saving your money, folks..
RosannHale Center, TX


When you have a craving for a sweet but you don’t won’t too much, this bar is just perfect. It’s yummy.
AnnaleeWorthington, IN

very yummy

I don’t usually like really crispy cookies, but the taste of these changed my mind. I like that you get quite a few for only 100 calories. I often go for “quantity” over “quality” so I would rather have a few thin crisp cookies than one regular cookie.
GerthaPalos Verdes Peninsula, CA

Oreo Dipped Delight Bars

These are our favorite indulgence at 100 calories for a sweet fix and energy- they are the best! Sad to see on Amazon they are no longer available ;-(
Quick shipping and they arrived safely!
YoshikoCurran, MI

teaching cookies

These cookies are just enough when you crave a sweet little snack. My 3 yr.old granddaughter likes to say the letter
before she pops it in her mouth.
LavonaCisco, UT

100 calorie Cakesters

These 100 calorie Cakesters are delicious! Both the vanilla
and the chocolate are great, they satisfy those little “sweet”
cravings and its only 100 calories for three little cakes!
GoldieDavisville, WV

They’re not bad

Let me begin by saying that I do not like Oreo cookies at all. I think the cookie part is bitter and I hate the white cream filling. When a friend suggested I try these I was reluctant and kept telling her that I was not interested. She insisted so I tried a few and surprisingly did not find them to be bad at all. I’m diabetic, so this is not a snack I will be eating often, but a few here and there won’t hurt. If you’re expecting these to taste like Oreo cookies (I’m one who’s glad they didn’t!!), then you’ll be disappointed. But if you want a chocolate snack that’s low in calories and fat please give these a try.
MuoiElkhorn, WV

Fantastic little treats!

Growing up on Oreos and milk is common. So I was taken aback with the brand extension of Oreo’s to cakesters. And while I had low expectations, I must say these are better than normal Oreos. Although I can’t say it’ll beat the combo of oreos and milk, these are fantastic treats and relatively guilt-free. If you like cake and like Oreos you can’t go wrong with Oreo cakesters.

The filling will bring you back to your childhood while the cake will provide you with a whole new Oreo experience. Certainly worth a try – guaranteed enjoyment!

SydneyKirksville, MO